The Green Deal is scrapped

No more funding for scheme hailed as “transformational” at 2013 launch.

Feed-in Tariff cut by 64%

Industry cheer as government initially wanted to slash rate by up to 87%

Plastic pipes dominating new build

Data shows use is now up 60%.

Homeowners warned about dangers of ‘energy theft’

More needs to be done to crack down on dangerous tamper tutorials.

OFTEC points way to apprenticeships opportunity

Government is falling a long way short of its target of three million apprenticeship starts by 2020

World Plumbing Day approaches

Plans are underway for next month’s World Plumbing Day (March 11)

Skills shortage biggest concern in plumbing sector

but professionals would still recommend it as a career.

GROHE unveils 3D printed faucets

GROHE has predicted 3D printing will “revolutionise the water experience at home”

Transit tops insurer list of popular vans for builders

The Van Insurer has crunched its quote data from the last 12 months to find the most popular vans amongst those looking for insurance cover

ETI lands report on fossil fuel policy

ETI releases new report to support the UK’s transition to low carbon domestic heating